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I grew up mistaking performance for love.  When I performed, the audience applauded. If I did a really good job, I felt more loved. It’s a strange way to know oneself: as an object, a … more
I suppose one could call it a pet peeve. I do not care for reporting on events happening in the region that have come and gone by the time you read this. I tend to gravitate toward covering opening … more
Monument acknowledges Native American wars MATAMORAS, PA — A new monument, commemorating the Native American wars in the United States, will be dedicated at Veterans Memorial Park and … more
KAUNEONGA LAKE, NY — Bethel town supervisor Dan Sturm officiated at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday, June 4. The opening of four establishments was celebrated with speeches, balloons, … more
Do I like winning?  Indeed, I do. It proves how special I am. Winning brings status to my being.  Unfortunately winning is a short-lived victory.  more
LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — SUNY Sullivan students crossed the stage to receive their diplomas in May’s graduation ceremony. That might be considered accomplishment enough, but the stories some … more
HONESDALE, PA — The Wayne County Arts Alliance (WCAA) has invited the public to the opening reception for its Great Wall of Honesdale. The event takes place at 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 4 on … more
Jump in the lake and more at Lake Superior BETHEL, NY — Looking for a picnic ground? A place to sail?Lake Superior State Park in Bethel is open for boat rentals, swimming and picnicking, and … more
In New York: Bethel Woods Center for the Arts 845/583-2000; bethelwoodscenter.org 200 Hurd Rd., Bethel, NY About: “Located 90 miles from New York City in Bethel, NY, our lush … more
For decades, summer has been the time when the region comes alive. What that life looks like has changed in some ways. The music has changed; there’s more theatre. Fewer canoes and more … more
DAMASCUS, PA — It’s described as an “environmental, cultural and spiritual parable,” and is the brainchild of a farm-based theatre company, Clear Creek … more
A walk to nurture equality and healing PORT JERVIS, NY — Students, public officials and advocates for racial justice will dedicate a New York State historic marker on Thursday, June 2 at … more
Rising Stars cabaret to support performing arts HONESDALE, PA — The promising talent of Honesdale Performing Arts students will be showcased at the first annual Friends of Operetta Night of … more
If I were going to incorporate this past week, and had a degree with which to back it up, that would be the name of my firm. To be fair, I’m usually all of those things most of the time, but … more
REGION — “Art is healing me.” Those are “four of the words I remember most from almost 35 years of teaching in Philadelphia city schools,” Wayne County Arts Alliance … more
Living history, music, exhibits at Civil War encampment MILFORD, PA — The Columns Museum will host the 11th annual Civil War encampment from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 21. This year, … more
Go fly a kite at SUNY Sullivan LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — It’s been 30 years of kite-related fun. And after a pandemic-related hiatus, the Kite Festival is back.This year, the … more
Celebrating ‘That Which Makes Us Stronger’ NARROWSBURG, NY — Special needs. Addiction. Divorce. Righteous grandmas and overwhelmed parents. One kid in the closet and another a … more
Also known as “the 5 W’s”—those words are at the top of the list in the writer’s guidelines bible. “If you can’t identify what makes your story unique and … more
As the Tusten town board entertains the idea of selling our historic town hall to relocate to the newly acquired bank building on Main Street, I looked at the value of the entirety of the current … more
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